City Re­treats


Hong Kong Tatler - - Life -

The ren­o­va­tion of his­toric land­marks de­liv­ers a range of ex­cit­ing new op­tions in four top des­ti­na­tions


TEN TRIN­ITY SQUARE, LON­DON Four Sea­sons’ sec­ond prop­erty in Lon­don is in the grand old Port of Lon­don Au­thor­ity head­quar­ters in Tower Hill, near the Tower of Lon­don, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathe­dral and the Gherkin. The listed his­toric build­ing, which was de­signed by renowned ar­chi­tect Ed­win Cooper and opened in 1922, has un­der­gone a £6 mil­lion ren­o­va­tion dur­ing which painstak­ing ef­forts were made to en­sure the build­ing’s orig­i­nal stonework, plas­ter­work, wood carv­ings, mar­ble floors and grand stair­case were pre­served. There are 100 guest rooms and 11 lav­ish suites (in­clud­ing a Pres­i­den­tial Suite with its own pri­vate ter­race and gar­den), two restau­rants, a bar and a lux­u­ri­ous mar­ble-clad spa with two pools. The ho­tel also of­fers more per­ma­nent ac­com­mo­da­tion in the form of 41 pri­vate apart­ments, as well as Four Sea­sons’ first pri­vate mem­bers’ club. foursea­­trin­ity

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